The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 10, 1950 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 10, 1950
Page 11
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 19W BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS State's College Baseball Sees 3 Teams Running Strong for Lead in AIC BT lh« AuocUled frea Arkansx Tech and Btate Tetchers are tied for first place In A1C baseball standings—but It could be different after Wednesday ulghl. Teachen meets the ttrong Arkansas state teum—which Is right behind the two leaders. 4 . . A sUte victory would knock tea^)hers out of any part of first place j^-no matter what Tech does. Tech plays onarks, »nd a victory by the laltcr would b« »n upset. Ozarks has won only two of Its eight conleraiifb' games. The only loop game Tuesday resulted in the first- AIC victory of the season for Arkansas College. It defeated Magnolia A. and M., 8-3. Arkansas State played a non- conference game, losing a three- hour battle to Memphis State, 1412. Standings: All Games Conference W L Pet. W L Pet. 4 .694 7 I .875 6 .541 7 .650 6 4'.600 4 4 .500 8 .200 9 .471 7 .2!2 5 .286 8 .250 7 .222 School Ark. Tech Btate Teachers Ark. State Ark. A. & M. Magnolia A. & M. Ozarks ... Henderson Ark. College . Remaining games this week: Wednesday, Ark. State vs. Teaeh- «r.s; Oznrks vs. Ark. Tech. Thursday, Ark. College vs. Ark. A.-A M. Friday, Ark. A. & M. vs. Ark. Tech. Saturday. Ark. A. & M. vs. arks; Henderson vs. Ark State; State A. <fc M. vs. Teachers. 5 6 .458 1 8 .143 Boys N. Missco 4-H to Attend Youth Study Day Five North Mississippi County 4-H Club members and a supervisor, E E. chandler, assistant county agent will attend the last of Youfh studj Days at the Livestock and Forestry Experiment Station at Bates- vllle Friday. Edward Welch, secretary of the Leachville club; Jne Scott, vice- presklent of the club; Dexter West president, and Hugh Hopper, boll of Promised Land, and Richard Hart, president of the Gosnell Club And vice president of the countj council, are to attend. The morning session covers dairy cattle, beef cattle, sheep, and smal grain variety tests to he conductcc by University of Arkansas extensio: specialists. The afternoon- cession will Include a farm woodlot demonstration B assembly, entertainment and 4-H club Demonstrations. Blitzkrieg Hit Ten Years Ago BERLIN. May 10. TAP) — Ten yean ago today Hitler loosed lightning bolt against, the wester world, but Hitler's capital todaj hadn't time to think about the an- nlversnry. On May 10, 19W, the grey-clad Nazi lesions attacked the Nether lands, Belgium, Luxembourg and Prance, waiting complacently behind (he maginot line In > "SiU- kr'e?"—sitdown u'ar. Five days later Holland had fal len. Belgium went In IS days. In five R-eeks. the Germans were in Paris and Hitler was preparing Lc dance R victory Jig in the boaultfu capital of his country's ancient ei emy. The west had learned nbou "blltzkrick—lightning war. Berlin today had no though! fo the shower of confetti the cit rnnied on Hitler when he relurnei from his triumph over France am Western Europe. His last monu ments here long since have been Obliterated. The blitzkrieg, too. Is only a raint memory. Germans now are hoping they won't be tn the middle of an atom or hydrogen bomb war. Sports Roundup Huth Fullrrton It By Hush Kullerton, Jr. NEW YORK. May 10. W)—After commuting his eleventh bnlk in eight games <33 1*3 innings), pitcher Oharles IRed) Adams of the Port- and Beavers admilted he found his hobby easier than obeying the bnlk rule. ... A quick checkup of PCL questionnaires revealed his hobby as 'taming mountain lions and mnkine pets -out of them.". . . Mas-be the rest of the coast leaguers feel the same way. They recorded 195 balks In the first five weeks of the sea- .on ns compared to a total of 78 In the four previous years. . . . Cliff flfi, Cleveland Browns quarterback, once drove the trottinr: horse Btmtor Hanover, to a track record it Hcrea. Ohio. . . . The Cincinnati Reds have the word of Al Vincent Ills coach last year, thnt rookie Frank Smith is "one of the most unperturbed pitchers tn a .1sm I've ever seen.". . . . He'll get p'enty of chances to be unperturbed In Cincinnati. PAGE ELEVEN Host of the highways refresh at the familiar red cooler on the road to anywhere TIME OUT— WiUIard. Schencctndy. N. Y., racing drive, escaped injury when his car skidded, then flipped over, top, pinning him in cockpit during final Up of preliminary heat at Lakewood Speedway, Atlanta. Ga, The car uprlghtc'd. Wallard re 1 paired it in lime to win a subsequent, heat. after John's practice tosses. What's on Third? Ray Stoviak, Arnolds College conch, passes this one along for what It's worth: . . , Seems Ray's third baseman, Andy RobustelU coaches a girts' soCLhnll team in New Haven in his spare time. , . . In a recent practice session. Andy saw an opening for a douhle play and shouted to the gal oh third: "second, throw to second.". . . the girl held onto (he hall sis n puz/led look crossed her face, then she asked: "Coach, where !s second?". . . That sounds suspiciously Hke Ralph Wftrncr's yarn about tlic feminine Florida fan who couldn't understand why the proRram snid Joe DiMnpcrto was an outfielder; she thought he was a hitter. Short Tales An umpire and an outfielder will nrgue over television Fridny (not a Durocher-style argument, either) whether it's possible for a guy to get a home rim by knocking the fielder out of the park. ... It happened In the Hofstra-Adclphl College Rame the other day when Connie Rice! of Hofstra belted a long one and left fielder George Finn tumbled! over the low fe'nce just as he snagged it, Ump Vic Carpenter called It a homer and when Finn wns disposed to nrgue at length, n local TV snortscastcr signed 'em up. ... A Blsbee, Ariz., soUhall team last season went by the name of the "Dead Endfirs.". . . By squeezing into second plnce in the community league, the lads gained so much popularity that they acquired a sponsor for this season—a mortuary. . . . Mrs. John Vishnevsky probably didn't realize what she was saying last summer when Mic promised to "obey". . . . The Mar- quettc U. weight-throwing slnr not only has persuaded her to attend trfiek workou Is but Mrs. V. also helps retrieve the shot and discits Historical Note On Monday, Aug. 6. IflOG, Branch Rickey hit two home runs .for the St. Louis Browns against New York, the first off Jack Chcsbro, whose hurling earned him a place'In baseball's hall of fnme, and the second oft Waiter Clarkson. ... if he re- alls the feat, Branch probably Acheson Meets King LONDON, May 10, (AP) — U. S Secretary of State Dean Aclutton met King George VI today in a private audience. 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